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Canton Stark County Democrat (Newspaper) - September 7, 1870, Canton, OhioVolume 37. Canton Stark county Ohio september 7, 1870. Number 13. Business directory st. Paul s episcopal Church Corner of tenth and Poplar Greet. Sunday Wreh Ala o Rolih a. And t 4 a Luik 1. t r. eve sing Lactam. 7i Tkv. Jad. O Laverty. . C. J. Geiger. eat Tara raw Street. Canton Ohio. American hotel. By a. L. Not Harker. East Tua Caraway or Canton Ohio. Aprils like Stark county Democrat. A. Mcgreror son publisher and Plain an fancy Job Printer. Empire Block Canton Ohio. Ill ram Thurston Book bind and Blank boo k manufacturer. All order from abroad promptly attended to. Bind Ery in hurler Block lip cum Janton Ohio. J. B. Mccrea furniture Pealer and undertaker est Titzck wow purees Wawn Vino. Motiu a John p. Rex merchant tailor and dealer in american and imparted cloth chimere vet Lair and Lient Trooda Alao agent or the sonic Redwin Canton. Ohio. My4 to i f Prince Haas undertaker metallic and All kind of coffin on hand. Two Leanes alway in read eat Tuscarawas Street. Canton Ohio. Edwin. Smith photographer a particular attention riven to copy in it and Enla Rinir picture. Oral frames and album to stantly on hand. Room in Mathews s Block South Market Street. Canton Ohio. Jurucia Yetf a. J. Douds burgeon int let office no stairs. In residence on Market Street went Side three doors South of Public. Square Canton Ohio. All operations Eoanu acted with the profession promptly attended to. Dec is or. P. I. Rowan licentiate of the College of physicians and sur Geo a Ontario will receive patient at i Oryce and residence three it of c. J. Geiger drug store up Tair. Hours of consultation from 9 to w a. M., and to 3 p. May2?0m6 or. J. H. Siddall dentist s Block Canton Ohio. Geo. A ii Arter & bro., Bankers East Tuscarawas Street. Canton. Ohio keep the Lepolt loan Money buy told. Sil ver Bonds and compound interest notes. Exchange bought and sold. S. A . Meyer attorn a a at Law Canton Ohio. Offic in Lynn minor s now build ii a near Public Quara. Oots Tuyl c. L. Valland Ouam. Cou Mollor at in Dayton Ohio. Will rear Tina in the reral Etta to Aud Kadar my court. Office no. 2m7 third trawl first stairway it of tha Ohio incur Mac company. Mar 16 7 Al aau. W. At. Yoko. A Dau Wix. Raff & Baldwin. Attorney at Law Canton Ohio. Office in the Eagle Block up stairs. Ano jute to. Mckinley. Attorney at Law e in Eagle Block Over National Bank Canton Ohio. Jun26 s7 j. X. . Robt. St. Campbell. Comerford a Campbell at Barneys at la Trump s building Canton Ohio up stairs. French and Lierman spoken. Sept attorney at Law and general collecting , Jasper county Missouri. Oct Ltd attorney at Law notary Public Alliance Ohio. F lost Bra Host wish Gak sctt. Erfe Garnett attorneys at Law Canton 8tark county Ohio Lunel turns William a Lynch. Attorney at Law and notary Public office in Cassilly s Block Canton Ohio. May 4 toy i j. W. Mccord attorney a Law and paneral collection agent a Fiance Ohio. Bum Inesa entrusted to his care will receive Promp Battenti by. If j. G. Williard county Surveyor Fotte in the county recorder Attica. In the Wilt a. Building who he can Baku Gnu when in the City if nut any bum near wanted can be left with Jacob Kapl Turcek county recorder who will give due notice Tome. Tote Law Autho Ruea the county Surveyor to take atm a. of any int Rumen of writ in a will therefore write and Mort Agea a Weedn. A at fair Price and upon the Shortie notice. Caytoo january la thai. ""1 Otto Winter alter. Practical watchmaker and jeweler and dealer in watches clocks jewelry and silverware re pairing neatly done on Short notice no a Eagle lock. Canton Ohio. Feb oui Deuble brother dealers in a Stylie. Clocks jewelry Bilter Ware tip East Side of Pullo Square Dautun Ohio. Done on Short notice. J. A. Meyer dealer in american and foreign w ate he. Clocks ill Terrara and fancy Good Northwest Corner Cut Public he Are. Canton Ohio. Repairing neatly and done. We Thompson dealer in Ileal estate. Dwelling houses for Sale rent or Exchange for City or farming property. Building lots of every variety Price and location for Sale cheap. Monthly payment Recei cd and four year tim Giten. Ottice in Bane s Block East Tuscarawas Street up stairs. Nov of. Selden a real estate and collection Agency Corner fifth. And Poplar Streeta Cauton. Ohio. Farina and town property bought sold and rented. Title examined --1 axes paid a Talca Settle Laeda Mort inc a Leanee a. Written Money borrowed and loaned on heal Tate. Coal and ther Kinda of Mineral property wanted to Lea a or Purceli a. Jan u Hull. G. I Cher. Real estate frent Wolfl Cabote Hane i leather Tore Llma Tua Caraway a tree t. Canton Ohio May lot f. Exchange hotel. Bar a of Sponhauer at old depot. Guetta properly cared for and Bills moderate. Musyl Tiu of Jackson hotel. Louis Hollger proprietor North Market Streel Alliance House re a u i due Rusk owl a Nill Bua. A Ohio. Meal always in Reading a on arrival of st Cloud hotel c. D. Ely proprietor Public Square Canton Ohio. July7 u h. Falke dealer in millinery and fancy goods no 3 opera House Block Canton who. Syf o. R. A. If. Resold tips Cocci a a 4, o. It. A. M., meets Ere by thursday evening at 1 o clock in Dann still or s new Block. De. E. Men Art. C r. Ii. A suss b 8. Jana Tyl livery. V1vioiv livery Crevoisie s lot 5th at., Canton Ohio Earnst Middau Gli proprietors we has. The finest rigs in the Elty All Belog new and Good horses. Conveyances to let on reasonable terms with or without Driver. Of vhf wagons wagons wagons. W e Are now prepared to take orders for will keep constantly on hand tha cell Canad "st11debker & Jackson wag 6 is at Price that defy Competition. Jall parties wanting a Good reliable article will please Call and examine for themselves before purchasing i sewere. All work warranted Ballard fast co i car. Syaku tel. Mac e. A Canton o. Jat Tai. Educational. Washington College Iseri Ugto via. Faculty Oen. R. E. Lee 1 j. H Arris a. A. Professor of s a. White. A. A. Professor of s. Jones. A. M., prof of modern languages. Professor of . . Kilpatk1ck, l. 1prof, of moral philosophy. We. Prestos Johnston. A.m.,prof. History and enit Lish . L. , a. M., prof. . Allan a. Prof. Applied s. Mcculloch a. A prof. Natural l. Campbell a. prof. Chemistry. To prof. Applied . J. W. Skik Kenh Ruuth prof. Law. Kodes Masnyk a. M., ass t prof. Modern languages. Pm inca n c. . A. M., a t prof. Ithcmnticsii a. A.m., ass t prof. English Joseph . Aws t a nth chemist re. And principal 0 business school for the present the instruction in English i divided among the professors of moral philosophy modern languages Sud history with the Aid of in Ahi Thant professor. The duties of this chair Are discharged by the professors of chemistry and natural philosophy. I. Academic course. The Coll ii is divided into distinct schools each fully organized and Complete in itself so As to afford the Best facilities for rendering the instruction in the several branches of education extensive and thorough. The student selects his own course of study under the direction of his Arent or the faculty but that no motive my be wanting to a compote and systematic course of education the separate schools Are so arrange dist they May be combined into the following departments 1. Department of arts. This embraces the Suh Jeuris of latin greek English moral philosophy mathematics with two others to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific school. The degree of Bathe Loroff arts is one conferred on the Stu Dent who successfully completes this course. 2. Department of science. This embraces mathematics applied Mathe antics. Natural philosophy chemistry French with one other to lie elected from the literary schools. To this course is attached the degree of Bachelor of science. 3. Department of philosophy. This embraces English modern languages moral philosophy history and English Litera Ture with two others to be elected one from the literary and one from the scientific schools. To this course is attached the degree of Bachelor of philosophy. The degree of master of arts is conferred on students who have completed the course of study in nine of the schools and have taken distinction in seven of these. Ii. Professional course. The departments of engineering were Organ ised after the War to meet a want Long Felt in the South of the highest Grade of Scie Tinc instruct Ion in these important professions. They Are now in full and successful operation. 1. Depart sent of civil engineering. This embraces mathematics applied Mathe Matics physics. Mechanics chemistry French English drawing and astronomy. Students who successfully Complete this course receive the diploma of civil Engineer. 2. Department of so Lnig engineering. This embrace mate Emetics applied mathematics physics chemistry mineralogy and tvo ology metallurgy mining and English. To this course is attached the diploma of mining Engineer. It is proposed still further to extend the practical and scientific departments in the direction of 1. Mechanical engineering x. Applied chemistry. 3. Agriculture. 4. Commerce. 8. Department of Law. This embraces the school of Law and equity and to it is attached the degree or Bacheler of . Preparatory depart ment. This a been orig Nirh foe tha Benefit of Young men who Hay baby the War from Olaa ining proper academic preparation for College. It embraces the subjects of latin greek mathematics and English. Mode of instruction an examination. To secure constant and thorough drilling the classes Are divided into sections of from Twenty to thirty which Are taught separately. In the lower classes the instruction is mainly Given by text boo and exercises in the higher classes lectures Are combined with these. The examinations Aje Boto Oral and written and those for proficiency and distinctions Are thorough and Tuoti Netious Are thorough and and scholarships. As special inducements to Diligence three Gold medals and he honorary scholarships their covering Leniun Ami Counge ices Are Annu ally masters of arts Are annually appointed As resident masters with valuable privileges Anil Ein Loument. The College educates free of charge All Candi dates for the ministry properly appoints to free scholarships Twenty five e Young men intending to make Jonir nudism their profess Ion. It gives a Long credit to meritorious Young men without Means who wish an education. " discipline. The discipline of the College under the control of the president tends to develop Honor Manli Ness and t. Necessary expenses Are nut More than $ t per annul. The College fees and three Mouths Board amounting to about f 175, Are required in ail Vance. Parents Are advised to Deposit the funds for their son with the treasurer experience having shown the benefits of this to the session opens the thursday of september and close the fourth thursday of june. V a for catalogue or other particular in nov to j. Leech. Clerk of faculty Lexington Bethany College. Awe thirtieth session or this institution will commence on monday with september 1m70, and terminate on the Stu or june l7l. It is romantically situated in the midst or the Beautiful Anil or the Panhandle or West Vir Ginia easily accessible by Railroad or River and surrounded with the most favourable influences for student life. It has a property in . Apparatus. Lihr Arv. A. Of Over Fol Al. A and thus enabled to sustain a faculty and Laci Ivues Jor a dior Oiin education 01 the very first order. Ample accommodations Are provided for both Public and private Lio arding and unfurnished rooms will be let to students who wish to Board themselves. Courses of instruction. 1st.regular literary course including the anciently Gusses. For the Deeree of Khz f Crux. I. Iter sry sol scientific course for the degree 01 to Cicior 01 sciences. I. The course ror Mas ter or arts. 4. The course ror master of sciences. I. Special courses in practical chemistry civil engineering a. Detailed in formation As to these course will be found in our catalogue. Apparatus and museum. The institution has a Complete set of . And students who sigh it Tina in the use of Field instruments also a Thor Oug Niy Nivea no oratory Tor practical instruction and work in chemical analysis and an ample museum for the study or natural history. Terms tuition $50 per session. Boarding from to to $5 per week. Unfurnished rooms per session to each student preparing or the ministry. Free tuition to sons or minis ters or the gospel or All further particulars apply ror catalogue to in. J. Briw acre iry or to w. K. Pendleton president Bothast West . Tailoring. Tailoring. W. has removed his shop to 2d floor of Kane Block there he la prepared to do custom world Accord log to the Start Stu at Short notice mud re Maiuu. Noes. Cutting Opall kinds ror Nelly attended to. I have had 90 Yean exper no As a Cutter and warrant All my work. a Call. W. A. White. Cobar insurance. German ins. Company. Of Cleveland Ohio. Of face no 10, Atwater building. Capital $200,000. Insure buildings merchandise and other prop erty against loss or damage by fire at a Low reus As Auy a incr Respo paiute 00m pally.4rloea honorable adjusted and promptly paid us anti. We maa Croas and Sroc Kaousias or w Meyer c w Schmidt Henry Detmer i i.7ui-ia j Eine Vaugn John Gerlach Henry Kraemer h Kaller p Schmidt pm Hermann h Beckmann a born and Otner at a. Kett Nitro. Pres . Muu j. Mitia vice pro Sedenta. Buchman and Fred. Seelbach travelling agents. John Raber agent Canton Ohio. P. Luzil a maa Alloa pm t Johnson Sherrick lit Miller. X e w hardware store. Sherrick & Miller Geiger Block 14 1- 3 i t Tunur Awu st can torn o have just opened a Choice and select Stock new hardware purchased Princi Pally in new York from manufacturers when Gold was Llu which we Otter to our friends at greatly reduced rates. We will keep on hand a full assortment of Genera hardware such As nails Glass Sash pc doors locks Iron steel Al is Springs hoes shovels Forks a. Carpenters tools. Cedar War cutlery spools Silver War e. Of the Bent Mylre nil warrant harness trimming enamelled goods floor Oil clot h. Lamps & Carbon Oil cheap miners material. Oils Opall kind. Ukr White Lead and warranted varnish of the Best manufactures. And everything usually kept in a first class risk aware a rents for Fairbanks fill h.6vf in Rae country. Also avents ror the Only cheap first class sewing machine in the world. We invite the Public to Call at our store and examine it. Sherrick 4 Miller apr "70- of furniture. Removed. Furniture store z. Bernhard has removed his furniture rooms from misplace in Haas s Block to his new and elegant room in Saxton s Block 32 South Market st., Canton Ohio. I Call and see my Lam Stock of the Bea Sinland substantial such As parlor sets cd Kainber sets wardrobes secretaries bureaus bedsteads tables chairs a. Pjs work made to order and All warranted a plea give me a Call july of z. Bernhard. Plants & Flowers Lewis a Icsel nurseryman & Florist offers in addition to his usual Stock of Al varieties of vegetable so. Flower seeds. His extensive Plant House Corner of fair huh and Plum streets Cantou Ohio Are now stocked with the f1xestaxd Best growing plants in America. A specially or All new bedding plants which i imported in the fall or soft renew Rosea new Verbena new fuchsias 36 varieties. New foliage plants. Be Don blew uranium 12 varieties new in col or Uera mum new zonal Geranium new dahlias. New Aud Hardy pm boxes 28 varieties new Heliotrope new Hydrangea new Pas Flora Etc. In addition to the above i offer a Large Stock or fruit and ornamental tree inon and rubber at Lew rates. Also cabbage tomatoes beet Pepper celery Ana annual lower Sweet Row Tato plants in season. 3-i he a Cai. Canton. March 30, 1870-t f dyeing. Conrad Peter French team scorer and clothes cleaner Max Elvin building East Tuscarawas Street Canton. Ohio. Coats. Cloaks shawls pants vests dresses sorts or garments cleaned up on Short notice and made to look As Well As new. Woolen garments coloured a Beautiful Black. All work promptly done at reasonable left on my hands will be forfeited st the and of three months Ian Sis 7otr of. We Ignsey Rabat silk & Woolen Dyer 5 doors West of Post office Canton o. Shawls or every description cleaned equal to Straw hats dyed and pressed. Crapes and feathers dyed and curled. Lace Bertice Merino and velvets cleaned an dyed any Eolior or Shade. Dreewes dyed without being taken , carpets hugs a. Men s clothes cleaned and pressed. Warranted to give satisfaction and on the Low est terms Jun Elolf eat1n3 House. The James Hawkins having purchased the Ordinary South South Bridge would remind his Man friends that a keeps the establishment Well sup plied with of resin tie to including the drinks of the season. Give us a Call. James Hawkins. Canton july 20, 1s7q, Wool batting. Wool batting for comforts and Beds cheap at tiie ugh Moa Akron stage. The mall st its leaves the st. Cloud hotel ror Greentown and All intermediate Points to at 7 30, a. Mon mondays wednesday and fridays. Returning on alternate Days. Through fare to Akron $1.50. Express packages delivered promptly and one apis. Ugly of p. Numan Propri aur. Al notice. I a Vina whf.t8kl. Elisabeth whet Isaiah Whetsel. Maria u and m iry Loui a u Hetsel and other persons who Are heirs at Law v Lydia what Etc deceased but Liose names and places or residence Are unknown will take notice that on the Slot Day of August 1870, John hone filed his petition in the court of common pleas within and for the county or Stark an state of Ohio alleging that he is seized in fee simple 01 seven Unm Viuca eight a parts or lot Numier sixteen in the town of Mcdonaldsville in,.i county and that the before named and other heirs at Law of said Lydia Whetsel deceased Are jointly seized in fee simple of the remaining in. 1aw.htk said petition prays for partition or said premise sin such manner that the said John Hane my hold his aforesaid proportion thereof in severally and will be for hearing on the first Day of the next term of said court. Raff a Baldwin. Attorneys for 31, 1870w6 Bridge proposals. Sealed bids will be received at the auditor Sone o clock. On monday 5th, 1h70, for building masonry and Iron superstructure of Bridges As follows two abutments 0n Louisville Road 4li mile from Canton Span 10 feet track 12 abutments near the Kail Road on Arch st.,in Alliance. Iron Structure Paris tp., on Caskey s farm Oyer englis run Span 40 ft., track 12 Iron Structure. Paris township on to r a. On Road leading from Paris to Minerva e pan 45 it track 12 it. Iron Structure Paris township on Irvin s Farmon Road leading from Paris to Robertsville span40 ft., track 12 it. Masonry and Iron superstructure near Solomon Miller s farm North part of Plain to Span i feet track 12 feet. The right to reject any or All bids " Ujj uru Eroi Ine . , auditor. Angl7w2. Sherlly kale John Ott it Al a. George Kyle it Al by virtue of an order to sell a court of common pleas of Stark county Ohio and to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry on the premises in Sugarcreek township in said county on monday the 3rd Day of october 1870 the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the Northwest Quarter or Section number one in township Numier eleven or Range Numier ten. Sale to commence at 11 o clock a. terms one thir d Cash the balance in one an two equal annual payments with interest from mayor Sale secured by mortgage on the premises. K. A. L Mak sheriff. Aug31w5 sex try Sale. The Canton building association no. 1 is John Orth it us by virtue or an order to Soli 1aat, r. or common pleas of Stark county Ohio an to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry at the door of the court Bous e in the City of can ton on saturday the 1st Day of october 1870, tiie following described a jul tata Al. Stark county Ohio to wit parts or lots numbers duo ii Nereu Ana Twenty on e 121 and one Hun dred and Twenty to o 122 in the City or Canton. Old i with Loci oct p. L . A. Dunbar sheriff. Aug31w3 Sli Erlot Hale. James Farrell is. Jacob Snyder i i i in. A a. R. I r. N Juv. A i. Maui Roill i 1 1 Louit of common pleas or Stark county Ohio and Torim i4irant i ill no. I i v i. I rum Ial Phouc outcry at the door or the court hous e in the City or can ton on saturday the 21th Dau of september 1s7d the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio to wit seventy five e feet front and rear off the West Side of lot number Twenty two 22now numbered eleven Hundred Andna y Olio in Peter Housel s addition to the Pitvor Canton. Sale to commence at i o clock p. Is r a. Dunbar aug24w5 sheriff of Stark county o. She-i1 t Sale. B. Way is. United states washing machine Corv a fran of a. In f Jou i Iru i me court or common pleas of Morrow county Ohio and to or Lur Saie at punic outcry inthe town of Alliance. Stark Minu ii monday the 5th Day of september 1870the following Dort Anui r. Two separators one with Straw Carri and marked United states threshing machine Sale to commence at 11 o . . R a aug24w2 sheriff Sli Elfr sins. Peter Theobald Etal is. Frederick virtue of an order to sell issued from the court or common pleas or Stark county Ohio an to me directed i will offer ror Sale at Public outcry at the door or the court hous e in the City or can ton on saturday the 21th Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate instar county Ohio to wit the West hair or Loti Millar in it. F t 1.1- 1 i Lull tilt ill Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. . A. Dunbar sheriff. Au24w.1 sheriff kale Fitch a Ervin is. A. E. virtue of an order of Sale issued from tha Aad to uie directed i will offer for Sale at Publio monday the 2$th Day of a tums lr7fl the following described property to wit a Earl choir s Addison to the City of Canton. Ohio to commence at 10 a. U. Terms Dunbar s"8"augvftd. Votice. Notice is hereby Given that i have been a and qualified As the Assignee of James. 1 Uii ii Tommy Vino. Creditors Are required to present their claims to me for allow Ance or Reie wion Tori a in to me As speedily As possible. Thank l. , Ohio aug. 24, 1870ws teachers exam Patlon. A special examination of applicants for teachers certificates will be held in Massillon on Sanf la t i. -. L. iii Auu one at Alliance on saturday october 8th. Regular exam. Uie i Ora Erea at Canton their Lac Hist lir Ilu Ai Anne. A by order of examiners. "k31 Daniel Worley clerk. Administrator s Sale pursuance of an order of the probate court of. In ii info Wurr Lor Saie at Ponc auction on the premises on saturday the loth Dav. Of Lulu ii i. In u us a. Oi., me follow ing described real estate situate in Yaniri i., or the Souther t Quarter of Section a township 17, of Range 6, bounded As follows beginning at Ine Soui Wust Corner or lands formerly owned by Charles ii. Preston thence North to the Centre of the Road leading from Paris to Pekin 14 chains 13 links thence with tha Centra of Road South 6314 dogs. West 2 chains 4 links thence South. 4su dogs. West 7 chains 76 links thence South li4 dogs. East. 8 chains 7 units thence East t Skains 4a links to the place or beginning con i Viii. 177-Mour Wesst Leefrom the Dower estate or Elisa simmer or Sale one third or the Purchase Mon Ejiu u. Puiu in Nana Ana the residue in one an two years from the Day of Sale with interest Aud us risk a eur ii Eliza simmer aug0w4 adm x of Dan l simmer deceased. Sli Erith Sale. Greiner steel k co., is Charles it Xet Al by virtue of an order to sell issued from the court of common pleas of Stark , and to me directed i will offer for Sale a Public out cry at the door of the court hous e in uie City of Cauton on saturday the 10th Day of september 1870 the following described real estate situate in said county t beginning thirty Nin e feet 39 West of the Northeast Corner of town lot number seventy High t f7o in teeters addition to Alliance thence West Twenty Reet j and nine inches thence South one Hundred audio feet i East Twenty feet 20 and North on Hundred and ten Reet full Ohio the place or begin a iii. Of aug Lurier Auu. To Alliance sold Trevor any Homestead Aad rights or j sine m. Nolan therein. Sale to commence at 1 o clock p. . R. A. Dumb a a sheriff. Aug Iota. Stark co., Ohio. Be lir Kule. Christian Miller s adm r is. E. Endanger it us by virtue or a i. A. Issued from the court or tit Simon fleas of tar county Olio. And to me directed i will offer for Sale at Public outcry ii Usu ii Sivu in me City of can ton on saturday the 21ih Day of september 1870, the following described real estate situate in said county to wit the. Not h half of lot number on Hundred and fifty fir e 155 in the City of to commence at 1 o clock p. . K. A. Dunbar sheriff. Aug24ws. Shemilt Sale. Fitch Erwin to William Piper it Al. I. I Swai him truer i Hir im4uea irom the Limo and to me directed 1 will offer fur ale at up Tull a was me Clun lieu i e in lie City of Cauton. On saturday the 10th Day of Seale Tibert 1870, me Lugo Winoc aes Noea real estate nitrate in Faid county it lot number three 3 in Michael Arvor a hit if Ion Ilia it w of Sale to com Niece at 1 o Clrk p. M., terms Canh r. A. Dunbar. Sheriff. Aug Iota shark Ca Ohio sheriff Sale. Louis Eoanu a James Mccurdy it next virtue of an alias order to sell issued from uie court of common pleas or Stark count Ohio and to the directed i will offer for Sale at till 1 1 in Auma my 1 1 u i. A. ,. J w ii d Luuri. House. Itrie Elev of 1 Ninn in. Saturday the Lofa Day of september. 18 70. A ass situate in said county t lot number thirteen 131 in Buch to commence at 1 o clock p. M., terms Cash r a. Dunbar aug Iota. Sheriff Stark co of. Of votes polled at the democratic primary election in Stark county on saturday the 27th Day of August 1870. . B. commit Sitarr. In. F Dir 9a x e election precincts. W k " a c Lawrence to. Lawrence Fulton 96 4ti 68 37 c7 55 40 2g 8 61 "1 25 Paris to. 33 13 3 37 4 33 37 i Paris Rolia Otisville o5 re 1 a Fin 32 5 46 s4 48 3 new Franklin 40 fill 4 23 4 50 3 47 42 1337 3 40 27 6 34 39 1washington to. Strasburg. 43 41 2i 42 8 36 7 4 38 4bryant s school House. 14 14 14 14 3 10 11 13lexington Allianee. 121 120 122 1 119 2 110 7 115lima 15 mm1shillen to. 15 15 13 15 2 2 6 9 . 162 2 166 3 119 1 158 151 12harrisburg 20 8 12 20 4 1 1 1 18 2osnaburg Osnaburg 58 4 59 11 f.2 6 56charles Dewalt a. 1 7 8 8 5 1 7sandy to. Magnolia Pike Henry Msrtin s10 it 10 10 lol 10canton it. A Tux 456 365 75 40 285 167 129 322 296 38 117 300 150 Plain to. New Berlin 38 37 38 6 35 2 3 35 3henrv Smith s. In 13 i 7 3 12 10 Centre school House. 14 12 14 3 13 4 10 4mid4le Branch 13 12 13 3 13 11 5 8mexico school House 41 30 41 13 27 18 39lake to. 2iiontown so 49 50 33 18 15 49 1 Greentown. 25 25 25 17 8 15 1 1 23cairo 38 23 38 a 28 25 11 2 35 1hartville. C4 58 u5 14 51 44 20 12 61 3jackson to. Mcdonaldsville 28 25 3 26 2 12 4 24millport. 13 13 13 13 13peter Boron s 25 24 21 23 2 24 1 3 23 23 2perry to. Massillon. 188 14ft 39 1r8 136 70 111 68 118 11 103 26richvillc33 28 5 32 27 10 22 3 23 3 23 9bethlehem to 90 71 17 87 40 12 76 7 68 12 10 77tuscarawas to. Brookfield 25 35 13 22 1916 1637 270 1892 927 10u2 840 10601 641 395 845 1k 607 i this is to certify that the above is a Correct abstract of int Peri the persons for whom they were cast at the democratic primary fat in icy Star a county held on saturday August 27. 1s70, As returned to and accepted by the demo cratic Central committee of Stark county. 1 we. A. Lynch. Cd n Mckinney Sec y. Letter from Henry Clay Dean. It. Pleasant aug. 6th 1870. Capt. Samuel b. Evans. dear Friend this question is presented to me wherever i go what i think of the French prussian War i reply through the Copperhead to All inquiries. 1 am opposed to All wars in America and in Europe War is the brute s of reason and when adopted by men Des troys morality religion knowledge virtue and Justice not Only in the state which assumes martial Law and arbitrary Power above All claims of Justice civil Law and constitutional restraints but undermines the foundations of society to overflow communities with All of the miseries of crime All of the sufferings of poverty and affords tyrants a new pretext for robbing the Labouring masses. In regard to the present european War. It is simply a War Between tyrants in which the poor people of one country will be butchered during the War by the poor people of another country who have never seen each other can have no possible wrongs to avenge and Are the Mere machinery of usurpers to perpetrate their Power. When the War has ended the expenses increased to carry it on will be made the pretext for an army of tax gatherers to rot the people for a Century to come in tariffs imposts Stamps and direct taxes with All of the pomp extravagance and show necessary to conceal from the people their real condition. Fri 1 1 f 1inis War will emitter me Mutual Seei in is of the slaves of William and Napole on for a full half Century and. Fasten each Monarch securely on his throne a which is the real object of the War which will dazzle the eyes of the ignorant with its splendor and enrich the treasuries of the mercenary with its plunders. The fundamental idea of just govern ment is Liberty. The Faith fully interpreted teaching of Jesus Christ was Freedom. The Only purpose worthy of True democracy is the liberation of the people from Cha is. The real character of the contents in Europe forthe last four Hundred years has been generally misunderstood in the United states. Or the most part of the european revolutions have teen Strug Gles for Power and place rather than Bat Les for Liberty. The Only bold rational and Radical attempt at True Freedom was in the French revolution which ended a failure yet left a love of personal Liberty among the French people from which free govern ment jul ultimately Spring and spread Over Europe. Kossuth was rather anxious that the hungarians should be restored to author Ity in their own country which was right than that personal Liberty As we under stand in England and in America should be Given to the people. The revolutions which drove Franz Sigel and Carl Shurz to the United states were those of plunder and domination which had nothing of Liberty in their objects and How naturally both of these men in a Neutral free country try to Invole this country in a contest where Only Liberty can be the loser. The great evils of these wars Are that they prevent the people from seeing and moving to destroy the real enemies of Progress Liberty and Justice in Europe and 111 America. The great Mission of the True democracy in both continents is to establish the per Sonal Liberty upon True foundations that every Man woman and child May enjoy the fruits of their labor and control their own persons and exercise the most unlimited rights of conscience and opinion. The True Democrat then has before him this duty and labor. In Europe to Des Troy the entire Feudal system with its entails which Embarrass the conveyance and enjoyments of the lands which were made for All and should be open to the enter prise and Industry of the Peeple to Des Troy with the Feudal system the privileged governing class who claim the right to govern from their ancestry by the Laws of the Feudal system to destroy All rights of government based upon the Laws of primogeniture to destroy All special privileges and abolish All special legislation for the Protection or aggrandizement of corporations and individuals to abolish Allna tonal debts standing armies and govern ment monopolies. At the present time in the United states the real democracy Are not organized upon the great principles Laid Down by Thomas Jefferson and unfortunately for the country they have followed in the Steps of their european consciences and looking to the attainment of Power rather than the Triumph of principles. The War in America is the one in which we Are most interested the War of reason against brute forces the War of Justice against robbery the War of capital against labor the War of Liberty against slavery. The poor people the Labouring classes must have something to eat and Wear As cheap As it can be possibly produced. To obtain this we must have free markets. We must abolish All restrictions upon the Sale of the necessaries of life All tariffs upon our food raiment and fuel. Upon the books papers literature and other Means of intellectual enjoyment and Cul to re upon everything that improves As Well As that which sustains life. We must abolish licences upon Ever legitimate business the full payments of which must be made by the employer and consumer and gives to the License payer pretext for adding to the burdens already weighing Down the people. Abolish every form of obstruction Between the pro Ducer and consumer. How then shall we pay the Public debt abolish the debt make to the Bondholder an equitable peace offering of Public land for their claim and if they Are not Cen tent to take that then repeal All Laws provid ing for the payment of interest and Prin Ciple on the Bonds and emancipate the people and restore to labor its legitimate wages. Abolish with the debt All of the officers that assess collect and use the Money when collected under the pretence of collecting it to pay the Public debt. How then shall we Mai Tiari a standing army to guard our liabilities. A standing army never protected any people s Liberty. Abolish the standing army and let the people the militia protect their own institutions they Are the Only reliable protectors. The free markets will give the people an equal Chance for food raiment fuel and culture. It will make of the Spone s. Idlers and Public robbers an army of Pru queers and convert a standing army of soldiers into Active artisans a free Market is the first step toward Freedom and makes free labor Wincn is inseparable from tree voting. Abolish All military schools universities and agricultural schools carried on at the government expense. Abolish All Legisla Tive perquisites and let the education of the people at the Public expense be equal and general so that no Public favor or gift May be dispensed by men in Public places. When this Freedom has been in american we will hear nothing of american partisans to Imperial wars but our example will Appeal to the people of every country to strike for Liberty and self government which must be exemplified before our counsel can find audience elsewhere. To these conclusions Are the people slowly but surely coming. I am very respectfully Henry Clay Dean. Fearful fatality of one lightning stroke. The lightning stroke which killed five persons at Kingston n. Y., thursday night was the most severe of the Many fatal exhibitions of electricity this season. Of the five that were killed All were talk ing together. Jane Montayne was lean ing against the tree with her arms folded listening to the others. She fell with her arms folded and they could hardly be pried apart. Elizabeth Newkirk was laugh ing and there was a smile upon her lips when she was picked up. It is a note worthy fact that the bodies of the dead bore no Marks of violence whatever not a particle of evidence is observable to show that they died other than natural deaths. The flesh is nowhere burned nor is the hair scorched a fact which excites general comment. For full five minutes after the awful visitation no one could stir in the Community All struck unconscious and were partly Zed. Twenty five e persons under the first tent were knocked Down and severely injured Auna Recis under Ine main tent were paralysed and incidents of an extra Ordinary nature were visible everywhere. When the True state of affairs outside the Camp became known under the main can was no holding the audience and then the entertainment for the even ing ended at once. All of them were More or less mired. Hoy sat like statues and there was a gaze of vacancy in their eyes that was frightful to behold. Friends Shook them and urged them to go but Iney moved not y dumb. An indignant coloured Deacon. Old daddy Mingo Pinckney was one of the coloured deacons of the May River Baptist Church near Bluffton s. C. One sultry sunday in August the Church being crowded to hear a thrilling preacher the intense heat proved too Strong for Mingo s strict religious principles and he fell with out a groan into the arms of morpheus. The preacher was thundering away from the text plough up your fallow ground and sow Good for some time the Happy Deacon merely nodded an unconscious assent to whatever the pulpit said but at last suddenly springing out of his sleep he yelled out before the frightened Assembly look yeah mass preacher you White Burra always do holler out to we culled folks plough up Hoe up i Plant up i As if Liberty was All a cuss and a delusion now i Tell you not a Nigger in Dis Church shall hit a lick on de lord s Day that ended that. John As a husband. The chinamen May want wives the Massachusetts spinsters May. Want Hus bands. It in t every woman that would have John for a husband and it in t every woman John would have for a wife but human nature is human nature even in spite of Antipodal diversities. John is Clay and yellow Clay at that he will yield he will forget the flowery kingdom he will forget confucius he will Cut off his pig Tail he will drop his slippers and put on North Adams boots he will Lay aside his Blue Cotton Blouse and put on a Bob tailed coat he will Wear Eye glasses he will get married to his kind hearted Sun Day school teacher and he will bring Over 45,000 other Johns like himself to restore the social equipoise in Massachusetts. Boston May become a City of pagodas an Joss houses and Plymouth pock the site of a porcelain Tower. Massachusetts May escape being hibernian Only be becoming chinese. A general reduction of prices of cloth ing is noted at present from the rates of two years ago and there appears no Prospect of a raise this Winter notwithstanding the slight increased Price of Gold incidental to the War. It is expected soon to fall again and Large arrivals of French and German dry goods of All kinds May soon be expected at very Low rates through the necessity existing with foreign manufacturers to realize at any Price upon their products. On the 24th inst. Or. C. A. Eldridge was unanimously for con Gress in the fourth District democratic convention of Wisconsin. This is the with nomination received by or. Eldridge and As he will of course be elected his next term will Complete ten years of honorable service. Poetry. The Battle of Blenheim. Southey s Oumou Battle of Blenheim has double occurred to Muny while Reading of the recent prussian Victory Over the French who will be glad to see it repeated. The future Kasper however will he Able to Tell what the great War of 1870 was about when he recalls the wasted coun try by the Many thousand Bodie that Lay rotting in the Sun after the great Victory. The Little in of that period will learn that it was because a prussian k Irig spoke disrespectfully to a French ambassador or something of that sort. It was a summer evening old Kasper s work was he before his cottage doorway sitting in the Sun and by him sported on the Green his Little grandchild Wilhel Niue. She saw her brother Peterkin Roll something Large and round Shch he beside the Rivulet in playing there had found he came to ask what he had found that was so Lurge and sin Poth and round. Old Kasper took it from the boy who stood expectant by and then the eld Man Shook his head and with a natural sigh tis some poor fellow s Skull said he who fell in that great now Tell us what twas All about Young Peterkin he Little Wilhelmine looks up with wonder waiting eyes now Tell us All about the wer and what they killed each other it was the English Kasper cried who put the French to rout but what they killed each other for i could not Well make out but everybody said quoth he that twas a famous Victory. father lived at Blenheim Little Stream hard by they Burnt his dwelling to the ground and he was forced to try so with his wife and child he fled nor had to where to rest his head. With Are and sword the country round was wasted far and Many a chiding Mother there and new Bor n baby died but things like that you know must beat every famous Victory. They say it was a shocking sight after the Field was won for Many a thousand bodies he relay rotting in the Sun but things like that you know must be after a famous Victory. Great Praise the Duke of Marlboro won and our Good Prince Why twas a very a fucked thing said Little Wilhelmine. Nay nay my Little girl quoth he it was a famous Victory. And everybody praised the Duke who this great fight did but what Good came of it at last cloth Little Peterkin. Why that i cannot Tell Suid he hut twas a famous the Marseillaise hymn. Be sons of Freedom Wake to glory Chi a hark Why myriads bid you Rise our children wives and grandsire hoary behold their tears and hear their cries shall hateful tyrants mischief hireling hots. A Ruffian baud. Allright and desolate the land while peace and Liberty lie bleeding to arms to arms be Brave eth avenging sword on March on fall hearts resolved on Victory or death. Now now the dangerous storm is rolling which treacherous Kings Confederate raise the dogs of War let Loose and lot our Walls and cities shall we basely View the Lawless Force with guilty stride spreads desolation far Ana crimes and blood his hands pm Brniak to arms to arms be Brave 1th avenging sword unsheathed March on i March on i All hearts resolved on Victory or death. With luxury and Pride surrounded the vile Insatiate despots dare their thirst of Gold and Power unbounded to mete and vend the Light and Airlike beasts of Burden they should Load us like gods would bid their slaves adore but Man is Man and who is More then shall they longer lash and goad us ? to arms to arms be Brave Ith avenging word unsheathed March on March on i All hearts resolved on Victory or death. O Liberty can Man resign having Felt thy generous flame can dungeons bolts and bars confine thee or whips thy Noble spirit tame too Long the world has wept bewailing that Luls Hood s Dagger tyrants Freedom is our sword and shield and All their arts Are unavailing to arms to arms be Brave 1th avenging word unsheathed i March on March on All hearts resolved on Victory or death. Sketch of the French situation. New York. Aug. 31, 1870. The times letter from Verdun says Jet me sketch a position of the r Rench army As i understand it to be. On Sun Day the 14th, the main French Force Lav in a Semi Circle in front of met facing West Hajj. They had a Large detachment of Decaen s corps thrown about 4j Miles to the front of Metz and Pague and the Little River Nied which flows Northeast to tie Saar. A part of the heavy baggage of the trains had already the Day previous been sent across the Moselle by the Brid Ges under cover of the guns of Metz on the Road to Verdun and Bazaine was Only holding his troops at Metz until he could .1, 1 in. Cd Civ o Acyl cub ill la Guin Ciuci. Alio Vici Man armies 01 the Scaar and me were however determined to prevent Bazaine from retreating on Verdun and joining his forces from the new levies of France and form a formidable line of defense along the Valley of the Meuse Between Verdun and Commerce. Steinmetz on sunday again opened the Ball and pressed Forward his skirmish line upon the outposts of the great x Rench detachment thrown Forward at Pogue. He desired to prevent them crossing the Kiel on their pontoons and pointing main body to the rear. So hot became the flight that to save. This Advance r r l 1lurce, was Ooi Ngeu to dring Lor Ward a Large part of admiralty s corps. Which brought on a fierce engagement that opened at about three or four in the afternoon and lasted until nearly dark. The result was that after several repulses of the germans the French troops were finally forced Back to the Protection of their stall Worts to the East of Metz. The losses were very heavy on both sides. Upon the forcing Back on sunday of the whole French army to the Protection of be guns at Aletz the army 01 the Saar. Consisting of the seventh Esh Phalia and eighth rhenish corps with the Branden Burg division of cavalry deployed to the Agni and Leit from their massed position in front of Metz the cavalry taking the extreme right and stretching its outposts almost to Thionville on the North. The army is under Steinmetz and numbers Over 70,000 men of All arms and has 180 Cannon. Meantime Prince Frederick Charles was deploying Bis magnificent army of the Rhine to the left Hurvin horse and foot for Pont Yoo ten Miles above Metz on he Moselle to Cross and Cut off Bazaine s Retreat toward Verdun. Prince Charles probably has under him 200,000 men the first East Prus Sian the second Pomerlan third Braden Bur a Fourl Magdeburg and Thuringia ninth Schleswig Holstein tenth Hanover Ian and twelfth Saxon corps and a few Small divisions of infantry and five Cav Alry divisions and 110 batteries with guns. The German movements have been so Well timed that on the someday the 14th a Large detachment from the army of the Crown Prince made its appearance in front of an old fourth class fortification of Toul commanding the rail Way track Between Nancy and Commerce and demanded its surrender which of course was refused. On sunday night and monday morning the 15th inst., there fore found the prussians in motion but occupying a Semi circa e with its concave Side to the Westward Steinmetz on the right and facing Metz with his pickets Al most at Thionville Prince Frederick Charles in the Center and the Down Prince Frederick William on the left stretching across the Nancy and Paris railway Attoul with his cavalry outposts thrown Forward to co mercy. Under the Crown Prince there Are perhaps 150,000 men including the Wurtem Jurg and bavarian troops sixth cavalry division. Eleventh Hesse and Nassau corps sixth silesian fifth Posenau the splendid corps of guards Between 4 and 500 Field pieces. Opposed to this vast army the French had the army of the Rhine under Bazaine at Metz consisting of about 180,000 men and some goo Field pieces and the reserves and new recruits at Chalons consisting of Ivinno a. . Tiu i 1 n i vow i univ a Waitie iii Uduc Nilu tote Yor Lous troops from Africa and other sections hurried Forward to swell the ranks and meet the Force of Macmahon retreating Westward. On monday the 15th, a Zame commenced ins Retreat 111 Earnest. He had Given the germans such desperate repulses the previous Day that it was Tho but slight obstacles could be opposed to his retiring on Verdun. The main Force took the Southern and direct High Road but nearly 00,000 men were pushed along the Northern Road which branches off from the main one at a Point almost with in reach of the heavy guns of Metz and by a somewhat longer route reaches ver Dun via Eton. All Day monday however these two roads had been scoured by the German plans who had in Small detachments frequent encounters with the second Chasseur d Abrigne the latter Al ways cleaning the roads of the former. On monday Prince Frederick Charles had succeeded in massing a Large body of his troops to the Southwest of Metz on the left of the Moselle having been enga ged All Friday night m crossing his Battal lion s Over the Pont a Mouss Bridge. Monday evening the main bulk of his army occupied a line facing northward on the South Side of the main Road from Metz to Verdun and ready for a dash on the re treating Force of Bazaine who was thus brought to a stand and forced to give Bat the. The Force of Steinmetz or a Large part of it at least had in the meantime crossed the Moselle at a Point about two thir Distant from Metz to Thionville was headed by the Bradenburg division of cavalry that came Down with a dash and without waiting for their support forced a division of the French army on the Northern Road to give Battle at Don court. Bazaine s army. Therefore of some 180,000 men. Were brought to a stand be tween Mars la tour on the main Road and us court on the Metz and Eton Road. Frosard found himself encased at Don court with the same troops that he had Loughr so tenaciously at . It would appear that Rance Charles awaited on the South until the guns of due a russian division on the North assured him that the right Wing of the French army was Wen engaged Lor the attack on the main Road did not commence until 9 in the morning of the 16th. Every Avail Able regiment appears to have been enga ged on each Side the French however Lou Cut with desperation Tor they All recognized that the effect was one on which Hung the Fate of France. Thev rolled Back every charge of the germans and on All sides repulsed them. So far As a Field vie tory goes without calculating the treat general object of the Battle the French troops were gloriously victorious and when it closed at Twilight the sturdy de fenders of peace occupied the Field of Bat the. The German army had however obtained its object which was to Stop the Retreat 01 Nazaine. 1 be result of this Bat the of the Lith will probably be that Buz Aine will be forced within the lines of Metz. Here he will Rind it difficult to teed such a Large army. I do not believe however the position is so extremely critical for France As it might appear at first sight. It is no easy matter to invest a to. Such an enormous army have the French. It is probable however no investment of the. Cite can Al l. Ii due place under the present Eirc Mstan Ces but that Bazaine will make Manv of Ioris 10 Oreas a rough the line of his ene Mies. The Battle at Metz. Account of a correspondent. New York aug. 30, 1870. A correspondent of the London stand Ard who writes from Verdun on tuesday morning describes the Battle which too place at Metz on sunday the 14th. At 1 it Conr tar Surti pm r it. 180,000 Strong was encamped All around Metz. Since the Day previous a Battle was considered imminent. Several at tempts had been made to draw the enemy out of the Woods they occupied. Marshal Steinmetz had taken a position on the Road to Bounlay at a Point intersecting Xiiao 10 corny me Road from ise Lenou and Borny up to ther Forest of thut place was occupied by the. Prussians parts of divisions being concealed by the Woods. At 1 j o clock the French troops received orders to Retreat from their position to Goin the direction of Verdun. It was said at two o clock the Avant Garde division was crossing the Moselle on a Pontoon Bridge thrown across a few hours previous and the Luggage material and provisions of the army crossing other Bridges in the direction of Longeville. The equipage of Ide emperor had already left and Rance Napoleon first and half an hour later the emperor himself leaving Metz on horse Back in the same direction. The French troops under command of marshal Bazaine were composed of the third and fourth corps and the Garde Imperiale. They were ironing Horny Razy and mercy Les me to the Imperial guard forming the re serves near 1 Ort de Quinten. At a Quarter past four the attack coming need a heavy fire of artillery was at once heard in every direction the soldiers of the prussian Landwehr heading the prussian corps d Armble. A Battery of artillery with a mitral lease was making fearful Havee in the prussian ranks. I heard the frantic bravos announcing its new exploits Xue ure was so Wen directed the precision so great that each fire was positively Usu Wing tue r russian ranks Liose righting was desperate their Arti Cleiv Ren lint to the other and destroying French Battal Nous Agni Auu Leit. At 7 p. M., the prussians were making a movement of Retreat. A mitral lease had been twice taken from the French Al though it is Only one of hundreds of Inci dents of the Battle i mention it As it led to an important result. The Brave Colo Nel 01 the Lorty int h infantry in recalling the Mitra Illers was the cause of an in men3e body of prussians Lon. By from the Woods and throwing them selves As an infuriated torrent on the French division. It was Only a pretext for it was expected that the prussians would follow the same tactics As at for Bac h and fro Schweiler which consists of keeping out of sight their Nasses their est divisions and when the result of Theattle seems in favor of their opponent to change defeat into Victory by that Power Ful movement of immense bodies of troops plunging suddenly on the enemy. But this time Bazaine had prepared a match for them. The Imperial guard Comman ded by Bourbaki had been kept in re serve. The grenadiers advanced and from that moment until a Quarter to nine you might have thought you were in the mid dle of an eruption of mount de Quinton sweeping with its Power Ful batteries the Fla pfc of the advancing columns regiments of cavalry charging on the wings. At a Quarter to nine the prussians were retreating leaving 24,000 men hours do combat. One Hundred and forty thousand prussians took part against 70,000 French positively owing to it. Quintan slaughtering the enemy. Gen. De Caen has been wounded in Teleg. Gen. De Castoaguay had his Arm Cut off and marshal Bazaine received a slight contusion on his head. The sights of the champs de Battelle were horrible. In retiring they marched Over dead bodies who were in heaps in some spots. A Large number of the Republican workingmen of Stark county dissatisfied with the nomination of j. A. Ambler the Radical candidate for Congress have written a letter to colonel e. Ball of Canton asking him to accept a Nomina Tion for Congress. The colonel has accepted and from present indications will carry a Large vote with him. Ohio states Man. The great or. Channing said years ago in a Oston pulpit it is a voluntary Union it is Idle to talk of Force As binding us together. Nothing can retain a kiember of this confederation when once re solved upon separation. The Only Bonds that can permanently unite us Are moral in a. H. Constitutional vie the civil War. Atter lying Ian caused by severe ill Ness Hon. Aka 11. St. 1, i has published me second volume of his real Woik anti. Tied a constitutional View of the late War Between the slates its cause character conduct Aud this work is a most valuable and admirable one. In it will be found the causes of the War the constitutional questions underly ing it the principles moral and political involved in it the efforts made to Avert tithe peace. Mission of Blair the Confer ence at Hampton roads and the dying struggles of the confederacy. Throughout 7 r. Mic absence of prejudice or bitter feeling a willing Ness to allow for the prejudices of a this. And a generosity in judging of the acts of Nilcio iliuts 01 me Jacobin enemies of his Section which in our opinion is car ried too far but which we admit is in unison with the forbear incr Charity m1 philosophic impartiality so characteristic of or. Stephens. The constitutional View will a n Tankard work when the ephemeral his tories so called of the War will have passed from the memory of Man and the shelves of the Book Sellers. The Book is 1 Tuc Gnu due meet engraved por traits of Stephens Beauregard Toom Souglas Lincoln with autograph letter Davis Lee Johnson and Grant and not the least interesting portion of it to the general Reader will Beer. Stephens s per Sonal estimate of the leading men of both parties inn whom he came in Contact which m one instance is noticeable differ. Ent from the general estimate. In the appendix the Reader will find a great Deal of valuable historic documents we commend the volume to every one desirous 01 understanding the causes that led to the e War the issues that sprung out of it and the results attained through and by it. Ine closing passage is so Lull of truth and so thoroughly in Accord with the " opinions we have held and the principles we Lime Auvo Cadieu mat we give it entire this then is one of the main differences Between governor Brown and myself. To his idea that we arc a conquered peo ple and As such should make the Best terms we can my reply is that this was not the understanding at the time of Tolje surrender. The states As states were distinctly recognized in that surrender As we have seen nor have even the econ Striction i at Washington As yet acted upon the avowed Assumption that we Are iii us conquered Lynese monstrous Meas ures so proposed by confess Are acknowledged to be without authority by those who have passed them and can. Therefore be considered As nothing but Gross usurpation. The courts have yet to pass upon them these measures in my judg ment can never receive the Sanction of that dept Rinien of the government not even in the View that we Are a to noun de people. Con in be people. Conquerors Mutt govern their subjects according to the provisions of their own fundamental Law. 1 his is Well established by the Laws of nations. The Law of con Gress by which the courts must must be governed is the Constitution of the United states. This gives Congress no Power in time of peace to suspend the writ of Hareas Corpus nor to declare martial Law to say nothing of the other enormities of these measures Over any class of r citizens aliens denizens or subjects. Vav e Are bound to believe therefore that the supreme court of the United states will hold these measures when they come before that body to be Gross and palpable usurpation of Power and utterly null and void. But if this court should not so hold if this tribunal should decide not Only that we Are a conquered people but further that Congress representing the conquer ors can properly govern us As they see fit. Outside of the limitations of the Gons Titu Tion of the United states and can prop Erly deny its if. They choose the great " american rights of for the future then even in that View my reply is let our conquerors govern us As Theu see fit we it is True. Cannot resist or offer Auy violent opposition. We can Only Bear with patience and fortitude As but we May what is imposed upon us but in the name of All that is sacred do not let us attempt to govern ourselves not As we see fit but As our conquerors see fit that would be but their government at last without any of its responsibility. By every consideration then we should not by giving these measures a formal approval put ourselves in the position of being told when the disastrous consequences follow which will inevitably ensue that it was we ourselves and not they who brought such ruin upon the country " s. Cost of a Bushel wheat. As the year closes it becomes a matter of importance to Farmers As Well As others to know How their balance Sheet we could assure ourselves that we will have a Large margin for profits the task of examination would certainly not be unpleasant. Of those engaged in agricultural Pur suits How Many Are prepared to state accurately the full Cost of raising a Bushel of wheat permit me to a y that i have made what i consider a minute calculation and must say that i was not a Little surprised at the result. basis was this i estimated the average crop at 15 bushels per acre Price at $1.00 Harvest hands at$2.50 threshing Board of hands Etc., it. Usual rates in this Section of country. The result was an actual Cost All told of $1.23i per Bushel. Good wheat has been Selling this season for 80 and 90 cents. So the question which appeared in late Issue of your valuable journal Why Are so Many Farmers in debt the above figures must i think in part reply we sometimes see in front of a Mercan tile House the inscription Selling off at what shall be thought of the Farmer who is compelled to sell his Grain at one thir d less than the actual Cost of production ? to what is this attributable where is the remedy ? lands for soldiers. They can Preem it 160 agricultural scrip. The following information is furnished respecting the act of july 10, 1870, Gran Ting additional rights to soldiers desiring to enter homesteads on lands within the Railroad limits. Under the original act Only eighty acres of $2 50 land could be entered As Homestead. By the amendatory act " of August honorable discharged soldiers who have served not less than ninety Days in the military naval Marine or Revenue mar Ine service during the rebellion Are entitled to a Homestead of one Hundred and sixty acres of two dollars and fifty cents lands on. The payment of the Legal fee often dollars and the usual commission on the Cash value of the land allowed Asas compensation to the Register and receiver the Only charge being the privilege of taking one Hundred and sixty instead of eighty acres of such. Land. Requirements As to the personal residence upon and the improvements of the Homestead selected Are not waived or altered in any respect the agricultural College scrip hereto fore issued having been extensively counterfeited the purchasers Are cautioned imposition from this cause. Nonerl Nyhl via 1 1 1 r Fuji in each tsp irom responsible parties Well known to the pre empt and in All cases a receipt should be required for the consideration paid accompanied with a guarantee for indemnification. Up inc e Albert or Albrecht who is reported As Kilko in 011 e of the Battles near Bueiz. Was Ine Vou pest in of in Frederick William iii. In 1830 he mar ried a Princess Marianna j is second wife was the daughter of gen eral Laumer. He was a Genera of cavalry on the King s staff Andone of the Rich est men . He received seven million thales with his to i in a came the her of his godfather i peer who left him tha whole 01 nig immense Iomene

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